World of Warcraft 15th Anniversary Collector’s Edition includes 10″ figurine

Blizzard has launched pre-orders for “World of Warcraft 15th Anniversary Collector’s Edition” through its online store. The kit offers a number of notable and collectible items, including a large figurine measuring more than 10-inches tall. Buyers get fine art prints, a special mouse pad, and more. The product is available to order in North America, but has already sold out … Continue reading

Medieval "Voynich code" finally cracked by Bristol academic

The Voynich manuscript has been carbon dated to the middle of the Fifteenth Century

An academic from the University of Bristol in the UK has cracked the codex behind the so-called Voynich code. The language used in the 200-page manuscript has remained a mystery since it came to light more than a century ago.

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Google Podcasts can finally auto-download new podcast episodes

Google Podcasts is slowly developing into a proper podcast app with the addition of new — and some would say, basic and expected — features already available in many competing products. With the most recent update, Google Podcasts can now be set to automatically download the newest episodes in the podcasts you listen to, eliminating the need to manually find … Continue reading

Trump declares ‘national emergency’ to make way for Huawei ban

The US government now has some pretext for outright bans on doing business with Chinese telecom firms like Huawei and ZTE. President Trump has signed an executive order declaring a national emergency banning sales and use of telecom equipment that p...

If this is Pixel 4, thank goodness for OnePlus 7 Pro

Rumors popped up this afternoon about Google’s Pixel 4, a new device that’ll probably appear later this year. The Google Pixel 4 and Google Pixel 4 XL wouldn’t look particularly different from the last model, coming again with the two-tone back and the on-trend front. But if this is it, Google might want to head back to the drawing board. … Continue reading